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Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.
Sara Kangas examines through multiple studies how state and federal policies and structural issues in schools can be barriers to learning.
College is full of important moments. Meet our students and learn about their Lehigh moments.
“One of the most defining moments for me was meeting a group of new people on the first day of my 'Intro to Business' class freshman year. Meeting my first few friends in these classes gave me a lot of comfort adjusting to Lehigh and opening up to the events and opportunities that were offered on campus.”
“During the tour of the environmental engineering department, one of the professors came up to me to engage in conversation. “Who knew that less than a year later, I would have my own lab space as a first year and would be working with the same professor that I had met on Candidate's Day?”
First-year students relax with socially distant yoga on the UC front lawn during Orientation Week.
The College of Health is the first institution in the world to offer undergraduate, graduate and executive degrees and certificates in population health with a focus on health innovation and technology.
Move-in day looks a little different this year as students move while practicing social distancing.
Lehigh spends National Constitution Day informing students about voting in this year’s election.
Nationally recognized biostatistician Thomas McAndrew joins the College of Health.
The numbers for the Class of 2021 are unveiled for the graduating class in front of the University Center.
Lehigh Dining hosts a socially distant Dinner Al Fresco on the Rauch lawn for on-campus students.
The HST building will house the new College of Health and provide space for programs, research, faculty and staff.
Director of the Community Service Office, Carolina Hernandez shares how COVID-19 affected her life.
Engineering students perform experiments at Fritz Lab using Lehigh’s 5-million pound Baldwin Machine.
A mask sterilization device, nicknamed the “bug zapper,” was developed by Lehigh engineering professors to enable the reuse of N95 masks using UV-C light to damage the DNA of pathogens, including the coronavirus.
Lehigh is named as one of 2020’s “Best of the Best LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges and Universities.”
Professor Van Norman develops a rigorous and user-friendly approach for identifying effective interventions for students with disabilities.
Married former scholar-athletes make a difference in the medical field during the pandemic.
A gift from Ellen & Vincent Forlenza ’75 will assist the new College of Health.
An ROTC student plants a flag during the annual 9/11 memorial on the Front Lawn.
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Amber Rice, investigates how new species arise through research in evolutionary biology
Admissions Tour guides conduct virtual tours for prospective students and applicants through livestreams and social media.
Lehigh After Dark features outdoor movie nights on the UC lawn this fall for students.